A South Carolina company is touting a new heat-shrinkable assembly aid that decreases damage to catheters during manufacturing, reducing waste and the necessity of specialized operator training. Continue reading at mddionline.com.
Polymer extrusion company Zeus (Orangeburg, SC) will showcase its recently introduced peelable heat-shrink technology for medical catheter manufacturers at BIOMEDevice Boston next month. Described by the company as the “most significant product enhancement for catheter construction in years,” FluoroPEELZ is said to offer users a new method for increasing yield and improving safety. Continue reading at plasticstoday.com.